The septum is the thin wall of cartilage that divides the nasal passages. In case the septum is just not just at the center of the nose, it is said to be deviated. A deviated septum might be something you are born with or can result from trauma or injury to the nose.
Although four of every ten people have a deviated septum, it doesn’t always need to be corrected for reconstructive purposes. If the septum becomes deviated and you might be experiencing breathing difficulties,-or regular sinus infections that might not be a rationale to correct it for reconstructive purposes.
In case the nose is simply curved or misshapen with no functional problem, it any correction may be considered done cosmetic surgery to enhance the attractiveness and form of the nose.
A rhinoplasty performed to correct symptoms of a deviated septum are sometimes covered by insurance and is usually considered reconstructive surgery. In the personal consultation, I will help you on whether your nose could be considered constructive. Some cases are somewhat aesthetic and partly reconstructive surgery.